FDM 3D Printed Frosted Clear Wavelet Tote Bag

FDM 3D Printed Frosted Clear Wavelet Tote Bag

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Process 3D Print, Polish
Material Plastic
Quantity 5 pcs
Price Range $1,000-5,000
Lead Time 5 workdays

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About Project

FacFox is proud to present a stunning series of five tote bags designed by our client, featuring a unique and eye-catching “wavelet” aesthetic. These FDM 3D printed totes incorporate curves and undulating patterns that resemble waves, adding a dynamic and fluid look that's both stylish and playful.

The frosted clear material used in these totes creates a sophisticated and modern feel. It allows you to see the intricate details of the wavelet design while maintaining a touch of opacity. This combination of form and function makes these totes perfect for everyday use or a special occasion.

FDM 3D printing technology ensures that these statement totes are not just beautiful, but also incredibly durable. Unlike traditional tote bags that can easily lose their shape, FDM 3D printing creates a strong and sturdy structure that can withstand daily wear and tear.

At FacFox, we understand that fashion is all about personal expression. That's why we offer a wide range of customization options for our FDM 3D printed products. Whether you'd like to alter the size, color, or even incorporate your own unique design elements, our team of experts is here to help you bring your vision to life.

FacFox's FDM 3D printing technology opens up a world of possibilities for the fashion industry. With its ability to create complex and unique designs, FDM 3D printing allows designers to push the boundaries of creativity and create truly one-of-a-kind pieces.

Are you ready to make a splash in the world of fashion? Contact FacFox today to learn more about our FDM 3D printing capabilities and how we can help you create custom tote bags, or any other 3D printed fashion accessory, that will turn heads wherever you go.

Solution

  • Step 1: Designing. The tote bags were designed using computer-aided design (CAD) software, where curves and undulating patterns resembling waves were incorporated into the model to impart a dynamic and fluid aesthetic.
  • Step 2: Converting. The CAD models were then converted into a digital file format compatible with the FDM 3D printer, ensuring that the design specifications were accurately translated for printing.
  • Step 3: Preparing. The 3D printer was prepared by loading it with a spool of frosted clear thermoplastic filament, chosen for its durability and clarity, which would contribute to the bag’s stoutness and resistance to deformation.
  • Step 4: Heating. The filament was heated to a precise melting point within the printer’s extrusion head, allowing it to be deposited layer by layer onto the build platform.
  • Step 5: Printing. The extrusion head, following the predetermined path set by the digital file, was moved across the X, Y, and Z axes, depositing the melted material to form the bag’s shape with its distinctive wavy style.
  • Step 6: Cooling. As each layer was deposited, it was rapidly cooled and solidified, a process that was repeated until the entire structure of the bag was completed.
  • Step 7: Removing. Upon completion, the Wavelet Tote Bag was carefully removed from the build platform, ensuring that the intricate wave patterns and the overall structure remained intact.
  • Step 8: Post-processing. Any necessary post-processing steps, such as removing support structures or smoothing the surface, were performed to enhance the bag’s visual appeal and tactile quality.
  • Step 9: Inspecting. The finished product was then inspected for quality assurance, confirming that the bag met the design requirements and maintained its frosted clear appearance and wave-like features.
  • Step 10: Repeating. This process was replicated for each of the five tote bags in the series, maintaining consistency in design and quality across the collection.